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Fri 18 Sep 2020

Calls grow for a death tax on Aussies

Calls grow for a death tax on Aussies

Australians are hoarding huge sums of money until they die to pass onto their kids. But a controversial death tax could change that.

Shark control stoush ahead of school holidays rush

Premium Content Shark control stoush ahead of school holidays rush

A row has broken out about shark control measures as the Gold Coast prepares for an influx of beachgoers during the school holidays.

Lawsuits and suicide: Fallout of Drag Queen Storytime fiasco

Premium Content Lawsuits and suicide: Fallout of Drag Queen Storytime fiasco

It was a kids storytime at a library that turned into a media storm when protesters confronted drag queens. The next day the lead protester had taken his life.

Grandma in heated fight after storming home

Premium Content Grandma in heated fight after storming home

A 43-year-old woman has faced a count of assault occasioning bodily harm after an altercation over her granddaughter at a Morayfield home.

How soon aged care homes may reopen

Premium Content How soon aged care homes may reopen

Hard on the heels of news Queensland’s border will be open to visitors from the ACT, there’s further good news for nursing home residents and their families.

‘Writhing in pain’: Angry dog owners demand baiting ban

Premium Content ‘Writhing in pain’: Angry dog owners demand baiting ban

Furious dog owners are demanding a controversial baiting program is banned with scores of beloved pets becoming ‘collateral damage’.

Horrific end: Five dogs dead in five hours

Premium Content Horrific end: Five dogs dead in five hours

Thrashing around with their ‘eyes popping out of their heads’, five dogs died horrific deaths in five hours after a suspected baiting. WARNING: DISTRESSING

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